Obama Cuts Egypt Aid, Demanding Return of Church-Burners to Power

"The U.S. is pressuring Egypt to allow the Brotherhood back into politics and it won't work."


Obama, still furious that the Muslim Brotherhood, a group whose members included Osama bin Laden and every other Al Qaeda leader, was forced out of power by popular anger, is once again cutting military aid to Egypt.

The Muslim Brotherhood, despite being closely linked to terrorist groups, was never denied any heavy weapons. Kerry rejected any thought of refusing Morsi, who prayed for the destruction of Israel, his F-16s.

But the Egyptian military is getting more aid cuts, because it won't restore the Church-burning Muslim Brotherhood to power.

The crackdown on the Brotherhood showed no signs of abating on Wednesday, as prosecutors said Mr. Morsi, Egypt's first-ever freely elected president, would face trial on Nov. 4 for inciting his followers to kill protesters against his rule late last year.

The announcement of the aid censure marks a new low point in the already frosty relationship between the U.S. and Egypt, once one of America's closest security partners in the Middle East.

Some people reacted with anger on Wednesday, saying that Egypt was better off without the aid and could seek out other sources of military financing in China, Russia or the Persian Gulf.

"This is actually a chance for Egypt to be free of this burden," said Tahani Al Gabali, a former constitutional court justice and a vocal opponent of the Brotherhood and U.S. influence in Egypt. "The U.S. is pressuring Egypt to allow the Brotherhood back into politics and it won't work. Unfortunately, the current American administration has a failed foreign policy."

Obama's policy is supporting Muslim terrorists. Obama's policy is supporting the mass murderers of Christians in Syria and Egypt.

And now Obama is throwing a tantrum, kicking and crying, because his pet tyrant in Cairo was overthrown by the Egyptian people.